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Year : 1997  |  Volume : 39  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 115-121

A Computed Tomographic Study of Schizophrenia


1 Psychiatrist, Department Psychiatry, KG Medical College , Lucknow-226003, India
2 Professor, Department Psychiatry, KG Medical College , Lucknow-226003, India
3 Associate Professors, Department of Radio diagnosis, KG Medical College , Lucknow-226003, India
4 Senior Resident, Department Psychiatry, KG Medical College , Lucknow-226003, India

Correspondence Address:
Narottam Lal
Professor, Department Psychiatry, KG Medical College , Lucknow-226003
India
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Fifty schizophrenic patients fulfilling DSM-III-R criteria, and group matched normal healthy controls were selected for the study The case and control groups have been compared in terms of VBR, WSF and WTF. In the study schizophrenics have been divided into positive, negative and mixed subgroups on basis of SAPS and SANS, and these subgroups are compared with each other for VBR, WSF & WTF. Tomographic abnormalities were noted in schizophrenics, particularly with negative and mixed subtypes, when compared to controls.



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